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Recent news

Stories are in reverse chronological order. 

  • Updated: May 03 -
    An informed community is a safer community.
  • Updated: May 03 -
    This year, National Police Week and Peace Officers Memorial Day will be recognized May 9 – 15 and May 15, respectively.
  • Updated: May 03 -
    There have been very few carjackings in the city, but the Bloomington Police Department has some helpful tips to share with residents to have as they move about the metro area.
  • Updated: May 03 -
    Each year the Park Maintenance, Bloomington Fire Department and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service conduct prescribed burns together to restore Bloomington’s native prairies, wetlands and park landscapes.
  • Updated: May 03 -
    The first thing you’ll notice about Mary Schwartz is the smile in her eyes, but if you look closely, you might even see a little dance in her step.
  • Updated: May 03 -
    Did you know that anyone with a qualified disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can request accommodations to make it easier to access City services, programs and events by filling out a form online?
  • Updated: May 03 -
    The City is beginning to collect photos and stories for the 2021 veterans’ photo wall that debuts in November.
  • Updated: May 03 -
    With weather warming up, more pedestrians will be out on local sidewalks and roadways.
  • Updated: May 03 -
    Bloomington has an abundance of parks and recreational areas and with the weather improving more people will be enjoying them.
  • Updated: May 03 -
    The City of Bloomington will recognize Pride Month in June with a proclamation from the City Council.

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